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The great financial collapse may be covered over by the coming Syrian conflict which is an obvious ruse. While Conspiracy Cafe deals with the geo-political issues, we can't leave you on your own. There may be questions you have about the issues of the day. If you've been with us a long time, remember our Christmas special on surviving a nuclear calamity. If the unthinkable ever happened, you'd have to be everything. Co-operation is the key. We pray we never get to that point. 
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"But if anyone does not provide for his own, and especially for those of his household, he has denied the Faith and is worse than an unbeliever." 1 Timothy 5:8



Bugging out was even spoken of in the days of Noah. Preparation was clearly understood. The birds did it. The bees did it. What's stopping you? 


 
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  • Secret Agent Selection S01 E04
    by Conspiracy Cafe on August 4, 2018 at 8:57 PM
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    We may be faced with a fake alien invasion or a plethora of zombies running amok on society. If you need special forces to deal with such matters, these selection and training methods will go a long way to prepare your local SOE. It's the ultimate in preparation. Enjoy.

    DIRECT LINK:

    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6iw32t

    The group is divided into two to learn wireless transmission and locks. They are taught to operate behind enemy lines with a pseudonym. Fake ID and histories are created. You must keep your cool under intense interrogation. You must hold out for 48 hours to give your contacts time to realize you're missing so that they can disperse. One slip and you're DEAD! You can never relax your guard. Agents in the field seldom lasted very long. 

    The Special Operations Executive (SOE) was a British World War II organisation. It was officially formed on 22 July 1940 under Minister of Economic Warfare Hugh Dalton, from the amalgamation of three existing secret organisations. Its purpose was to conduct espionage, sabotage and reconnaissance in occupied Europe (and later, also in occupied Southeast Asia) against the Axis powers, and to aid local resistance movements.


    One of the organisations from which SOE was created was also involved in the formation of the Auxiliary Units, a top secret "stay-behind" resistance organisation which would have been activated in the event of a German invasion of Britain.

    Report on Gestapo methods of interrogation used in Norway, 17th March 1941


  • Secret Agent Selection S1 EP3
    by Conspiracy Cafe on July 17, 2018 at 5:48 PM
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    We may be faced with a fake alien invasion or a plethora of zombies running amok on society. If you need special forces to deal with such matters, these selection and training methods will go a long way to prepare your local SOE. It's the ultimate in preparation. Enjoy.


    DIRECT LINK:

    https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x6iknvq


    In episode three students are trained in behind enemy lines survival techniques. They have to tolerate the cold. None realize the key is an old technique called bundling. You combine body heat. Two or three bodies lying together generate and preserve more heat. Don't be shy. If you're executed, you'll be buried together in a mass grave. So get used to each other. 


    The ford a body of cold water, scale a cliff, learn to move silently at night and advance stealthily upon a sentry. All proper skills behind eneny lines. 


    The Special Operations Executive (SOE) was a British World War II organisation. It was officially formed on 22 July 1940 under Minister of Economic Warfare Hugh Dalton, from the amalgamation of three existing secret organisations. Its purpose was to conduct espionage, sabotage and reconnaissance in occupied Europe (and later, also in occupied Southeast Asia) against the Axis powers, and to aid local resistance movements.


    One of the organisations from which SOE was created was also involved in the formation of the Auxiliary Units, a top secret "stay-behind" resistance organisation which would have been activated in the event of a German invasion of Britain.


  • Long Branch Colt
    by Conspiracy Cafe on July 17, 2018 at 12:17 PM
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    Published on Nov 11, 2016

    Shooting and discussing the Bat Masterson Long Branch Colt Single Action Army revolver in .45 Colt chambering.

    Colt Single Action Army Revolver Review


    For as long as you’ve been seeking oxygen, craftsmen in Hartford, Connecticut, have been breathing life into a gun that, after more than 140 years, refuses to be exiled into antiquity. It’s one that was dropped on the banks of the Little Big Horn in 1876. In Arizona, Bat Masterson wielded it with retribution in 1878 and Wyatt Earp with ease and efficiency in 1881. The Rough Riders carried it up San Juan Hill, and it rode the range, the veldt and the gold fields with Major Burnham. Americans carried it to Europe during World War I, and Patton carried it there and to Africa during World War II. In 1969, John Wayne carried one to his only Oscar win.

    For as long as young men have fantasized about gunfighters and saloons, toy versions of this gun have graced their hands. The Colt Single Action Army (SAA) revolver is a handgun that embodies the American spirit like no other. It’s considered a man’s gun because almost every man has dreamed of one. It’s an American man’s gun because when ruggedness and manliness were American qualities that mattered, it was the gun real men carried.

    Wrap your hand around a Colt SAA, and you can almost feel an electric charge. Your thumb instinctively finds the hammer, and as it’s retracted, you hear the unmistakable four clicks that signify this is, by God, a C-O-L-T. It’s the first sound Custer, Earp, Masterson, Patton and Wayne heard every time they thumbed that hammer, and for many an outlaw, gangster, road agent or ruffian, it’s the last sound they ever heard.

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    Bartholemew William Barclay "Bat" Masterson (November 26, 1853 – October 25, 1921) was a U.S. Army scout, lawman, professional gambler, and journalist known for his exploits in the 19th-century American Old West. Born to a working-class Irish family in Quebec, Masterson moved to the Western frontier as a young man and quickly distinguished himself as a buffalo hunter, civilian scout, and Indian fighter on the Great Plains. He later earned fame as a gunfighter and sheriff in Dodge City, Kansas, during which time he was involved in several notable shootouts.


    By the mid-1880s, Masterson moved to Denver, Colorado and established himself as a "sporting man" (or gambler). He took an interest in prizefighting and became a leading authority on the sport, attending almost every important match and title fight in the United States from the 1880s until his death in 1921. He moved to New York City in 1902 and spent the rest of his life there as a reporter and columnist for the New York Morning Telegraph; Masterson's column not only covered boxing and other sports, but frequently gave his opinions on crime, war, politics, and other topics as well. He became a close friend of President Theodore Roosevelt and was one of the "White House Gunfighters" who received federal appointments from Roosevelt, along with Pat Garrett and Ben Daniels.

    By the time of his death in 1921, Masterson was known throughout the country as a leading sports writer and celebrity. He is remembered today for his connection to many of the Wild West's most iconic people, places, and events, and his life and likeness are frequently depicted in American popular culture.

    Custer’s Last Gun: Webley RIC Revolver


    There exists a revealing 1870s-vintage photograph of Custer and his wife, Libby, sitting in their library at Ft. Abraham Lincoln on the Missouri River, Dakota Territory. In the far right corner is the Lt. Colonel’s gun rack. Four handguns can be seen: two Smith & Wesson No. 2s that had been presented to him by Major General J.B. Sutherland; a percussion revolver, most likely either a Colt 1861 Navy or Remington New Model Army, given to him by Remington; and what strongly appears to be a Webley Royal Irish Constabulary revolver.

    The big feature the Webley had was the fact it was double action. However, in the era the top break was king. All spent cartidges could be ejected at once and it was of course much easier to reload. These features might have helped the 7th Cavalry very much. Once empty an adversary could easily advance while you eject the cartridges and insert fresh ammunition. After 6 you need the knife. 


    The .45 Colt cartridge, which is sometimes called .45 Long Colt, .45 LC, or 11.43×33mmR, is a handgun cartridge dating to 1872. It was originally a black-powder revolver round developed for the Colt Single Action Army revolver. This cartridge was adopted by the U.S. Army in 1873 and served as an official US military handgun cartridge for 14 years. While it is sometimes referred to as .45 Long Colt or .45 LC, to differentiate it from the very popular and ubiquitous .45 ACP, and historically, the shorter .45 S&W Schofield, it was only an unofficial designation by Army quartermasters. Current catalog listings of compatible handguns list the caliber as .45 LC and .45 Colt. Both the Schofield and the .45 Colt were used by the Army at the same period of time prior to the adoption of the "M1887 Government" version of the .45 Schofield cartridge

  • Secret Agent Selection S1E2
    by George Freund on June 20, 2018 at 10:07 PM
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    We may be faced with a fake alien invasion or a plethora of zombies running amok on society. If you need special forces to deal with such matters, these selection and training methods will go a long way to prepare your local SOE. It's the ultimate in preparation. Enjoy.

    In episode two, training proper begins as the students are schooled in guns, explosives and silent killing techniques - skills which came together and helped SOE to pull off one of the most audacious assassinations of World War Two. The students need to show a calm head and a killer instinct when handling real weapons, but not everyone makes the grade.

    The Special Operations Executive (SOE) was a British World War II organisation. It was officially formed on 22 July 1940 under Minister of Economic Warfare Hugh Dalton, from the amalgamation of three existing secret organisations. Its purpose was to conduct espionage, sabotage and reconnaissance in occupied Europe (and later, also in occupied Southeast Asia) against the Axis powers, and to aid local resistance movements.

    One of the organisations from which SOE was created was also involved in the formation of the Auxiliary Units, a top secret "stay-behind" resistance organisation which would have been activated in the event of a German invasion of Britain.

    Close Quarters Combat System (i.e. Defendu) is a modern martial art developed by William E. Fairbairn and Eric A. Sykes prior to World War II. It is a hand-to-hand combat system based on practical experience mixed with jujutsu and boxing that was developed to train the Shanghai Municipal Police, and was later taught in expanded form to Office of Strategic Services and Special Operations Executive members during World War II.

    Based on his training and knowledge in boxing, wrestling, savate, Jujutsu, Judo and fights he was involved in during his police work, Fairbairn began to develop his own system of hand to hand combat, initially referring it as "Defendu". It was designed to be simple to learn and to provide effective results. Fairbairn published his book, Defendu, in 1926 (re-printed as Scientific Self Defence in 1931), illustrating this method and it is here that the term "Defendu" first appeared. This confused early readers of the book, who assumed that the techniques within had been based mainly in the Eastern martial arts that Fairbairn had learned. Thus, in an attempt to highlight the originality of Fairbairn's material, the term did not appear in the 1931 edition of the book.

    PDF:

    http://3yryua3n3eu3i4gih2iopzph.wpengine.netdna-cdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/pdf/tough.pdf

  • Secret Agent Selection: WW2 S01E01
    by Conspiracy Cafe on June 3, 2018 at 10:25 PM
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    We may be faced with a fake alien invasion or a plethora of zombies running amok on society. If you need special forces to deal with such matters, these selection and training methods will go a long way to prepare your local SOE. It's the ultimate in preparation. Enjoy. 


    In episode one, the students face SOE's demanding selection process. Known as the Student Assessment Board, this intense four-day course puts the students through a series of physical and mental tests, all with the aim of finding out who has the raw talent required to progress to full training. The programme charts the beginning of SOE, which started with a handful of agents, in an organisation determined to find a way back into Nazi-controlled Europe.


    The Special Operations Executive (SOE) was a British World War II organisation. It was officially formed on 22 July 1940 under Minister of Economic Warfare Hugh Dalton, from the amalgamation of three existing secret organisations. Its purpose was to conduct espionage, sabotage and reconnaissance in occupied Europe (and later, also in occupied Southeast Asia) against the Axis powers, and to aid local resistance movements.

    One of the organisations from which SOE was created was also involved in the formation of the Auxiliary Units, a top secret "stay-behind" resistance organisation which would have been activated in the event of a German invasion of Britain.


    Few people were aware of SOE's existence. Those who were part of it or liaised with it sometimes referred to as the "Baker Street Irregulars", after the location of its London headquarters. It was also known as "Churchill's Secret Army" or the "Ministry of Ungentlemanly Warfare". Its various branches, and sometimes the organisation as a whole, were concealed for security purposes behind names such as the "Joint Technical Board" or the "Inter-Service Research Bureau", or fictitious branches of the Air Ministry, Admiralty or War Office.


    SOE operated in all countries or former countries occupied by or attacked by the Axis forces, except where demarcation lines were agreed with Britain's principal Allies (the Soviet Union and the United States). It also made use of neutral territory on occasion, or made plans and preparations in case neutral countries were attacked by the Axis. The organisation directly employed or controlled just over 13,000 people, about 3,200 of whom were women.

    After the war, the organisation was officially dissolved on 15 January 1946. A memorial to SOE's agents was unveiled on the Albert Embankment by Lambeth Palace in London in October 2009.


  • Oerlikon 20mm Antiaircraft Cannon
    by George Freund on May 26, 2018 at 6:30 PM
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    The Oerlikon Cannon: The legendary 20mm Kamikaze killer


    Clark Gable in Soldier of Fortune had a 20mm Oerlikon on his junk Chicago. It was quite the weapon. As we see in the video, there's a lot to handling one. I think the movie sold it short. 

    You are a 19-year old US sailor in the Pacific in 1944 and you hear the characteristic drone of an approaching radial engine fighter aircraft cuts through the thick heat of the salt air. You look up and see the red ‘meatball’ markings on the wings and your heart sinks as you realize it’s one of ‘theirs’ and, more importantly, it’s a racing strait towards you at over 300-miles per hour. Luckily, you have a mother-freaking gorgeous 20mm Oerlikon pressed against your shoulders and the most advanced gun sight of its day to help make sure the kamikaze doesn’t run right down your throat


    In its final version, pitched in the late 1930s to the British and US Navies (as well as to the Germans and Japanese), the Oerlikon had been upgraded to the 20x110RB round at up to 450-rounds per minute. This huge 7-inch long, half-pound round used a 400-grain charge of IMR 4831 smokeless powder to propel a 2,000-grain projectile at 2,800 feet (850 meters) per second through a 55-inch long 9-groove barrel. For comparisons, this round is about three times as heavy as the .50 BMG round fired by the M2 heavy machine gun. Produced in no less than 11 different loadings it could reach out to one mile away.


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  • Mossberg MVP Patrol Model
    by Conspiracy Cafe on February 12, 2018 at 8:20 PM
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    Gun Review: Mossberg's MVP Patrol 7.62mm/.308

    by Tom McHale on March 14, 2015


    Having caught the suppressor bug, I’ve wanted to check out a bolt-action .308 that’s compact enough to handle the extra length and weight of a silencer, yet still remain portable and handy. That’s what peaked my interest in the Mossberg MVP Patrol.

    The MVP Patrol is a 7 ½ pound rifle (not including optic) that, as the name implies, is short, light and handy enough to tote around in a car or pack. The 16 ¼ inch barrel is capped by a standard birdcage flash hider, which means that threading for suppressor attachment is already there. The stock is composite and the forend is thick and sturdy. The Patrol is a hard use rifle, not a svelte and trim hunter model, although there’s no reason it wouldn’t serve as a great field rifle.


     

    The model tested was the 7.62mm NATO and it was stamped accordingly on the barrel. The barrel itself features a 1:10 twist rate and is finished with a matte blueing. The synthetic stock is all business with molded texture in the grip and forend. The rifle is available with your choice of black or tan stocks. Two sling swivel attachments round out the stock itself. End to end, including the flash hider and recoil pad, the rifle measures 37 ½ inches and length of pull is 13 ¼ inches.

    Continued at link

    https://www.gunsamerica.com/blog/gun-review-mossbergs-mvp-patrol-7-62mm-308/


  • Doomsday Preppers S3 EP14 Americans Not...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on October 27, 2017 at 7:28 PM
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    DIRECT LINK:

    http://www.watchfree.to/tv-29b023-Doomsday-Preppers-tv-show-online-free-putlocker.html/season-3-episode-14

    https://estream.to/tjq9u6od91c2.html


    Doomsday Preppers was an American reality television series that aired on the National Geographic Channel. The program profiles various survivalists, or "preppers", who are preparing to survive the various circumstances that may cause the end of civilization, including economic collapse, societal collapse, and electromagnetic pulse. The quality of their preparations is graded by the consulting company Practical Preppers, who provide analysis and recommendations for improvements


    45 11 "Americans Not Ameri-can'ts" January 7, 2014

    From foreign occupation, to cyberattacks, preppers buckle-down for the ultimate American Doomsday.


  • Chiappa Model 92 Alaskan Take-Down
    by George Freund on October 2, 2017 at 9:31 PM
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    The Modernized Model 1892 Alaskan Takedown

    Taylor?s & Co. redefines a trail-ready workhorse with its Alaskan Takedown .357 Mag!

    by Dennis Adler on Thursday, February 25th

    The Winchester Model 1892 was an ideal companion rifle for men who spent a great deal of time on horseback.

    By “companion” I refer to a rifle chambered in the same caliber round as a Colt Single Action revolver. The 1892 was available in .44-40, .38-40 and the popular small-game-hunting caliber of .32-20, which was introduced by Winchester in 1882. It was also produced in .25-20 WCF but in more limited numbers between 1892 and 1941.

    Reduced for brevity see link for more.

    Refined Classic

    The 1892 Alaskan Takedown from Taylor’s & Co. Firearms is manufactured by ArmiSport Chiappa (known for its superb reproductions of famous Winchester rifles and shotguns) and combines traditional design with modern technology, creating a faster handling and more durable 1892 lever-action rifle specifically designed for the sport hunting market. This takedown rifle chambered in .357 Magnum features the time-proven Winchester lever-action design with a 16-inch, Trapper-length barrel. The Alaskan is also available with a 20-inch, octagonal barrel as well as a .44 Remington Magnum chambering.

    With hunting as its primary use, this gun is specifically tuned to provide maximum knock-down power using Hornady LeverEvolution 140-grain FTX ammunition or other high-velocity .357 Magnum rounds. For packing into the wilderness, the 1892’s takedown feature makes this an easy rifle to store and assemble when needed.


    While the fundamental design is still from 1892, the sights are modern—a handcrafted, aperture-style Skinner Express rear sight paired with a tall, red fiber-optic front blade. This is a monumental improvement over the traditional semi-buckhorn rear and gold-bead front sights. The Skinner’s rear aperture is easy to acquire and the red fiber-optic front sight centers quickly, getting you on target posthaste. The Skinner sight is made of carbon steel and finished in a non-reflective black oxide. The windage- and elevation-adjustable rear sight is dovetailed into the base, which has a polished blue-black finish and the Skinner name. The standard rear sight comes with a 0.096-inch aperture (other apertures are available).

    The Alaskan’s 16-inch barrel is pre-drilled and tapped for mounting optics, so there is little to do here except go solo with the Skinner sight or opt for a scope. For ease of carry and quick sighting, though, the Skinner is hard to beat.

    Finishing Touches

    The Alaskan’s finish is another striking contrast to traditional lever-action rifles. The 1892 has matte silver hard-chrome plating on the receiver, the barrel, the magazine tube and the finger lever to withstand the elements and resist rust, making this an all-season, all-weather sporting arm. The stock and forend are also weatherized in their composition, which is wood with a distinctive black, rubberized, overmolded, soft touch finish. This provides a firmer grip on the forend and a soft but gripping cheekweld.


  • Doomsday Preppers S3 EP12 No Stranger to...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on September 3, 2017 at 2:47 PM
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    DIRECT LINK:

    http://vidzi.tv/zc07ifkyhhov.html

    http://www.watchfree.to/tv-29b023-Doomsday-Preppers-tv-show-online-free-putlocker.html/season-3-episode-12

    A couple in Colorado develop a mobile pharmacy to deal with the possibility of widespread disease and lack of medical care after a catastrophic event. Elsewhere, a man from Texas builds a heavily armed bunker to defend his family from nuclear warfare.

    Don't mess with Texas. I think I'd rather bug out to a remote location than remember the Alamo.

    Dr. Dave and family seem to be right on target.

    In Christian prepping consideration must be given to sharing with the understanding some may feel justified in taking. There's a fine line to survival and mayhem. 

  • Doomsday Preppers S3 EP4 People Become ...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on August 4, 2017 at 9:14 PM
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    DIRECT LINK

    https://estream.to/v3lb67v2wix9.html

    http://www.watchfree.to/tv-29b023-Doomsday-Preppers-tv-show-online-free-putlocker.html/season-3-episode-4

    While it lasts:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gr2Tdtw7Il8


    Doomsday Preppers was an American reality television series that aired on the National Geographic Channel. The program profiles various survivalists, or "preppers", who are preparing to survive the various circumstances that may cause the end of civilization, including economic collapse, societal collapse, and electromagnetic pulse. The quality of their preparations is graded by the consulting company Practical Preppers, who provide analysis and recommendations for improvements


    "People Become Animals" September 3, 2013

    The possibility of World War III is a major concern for many preppers, including former Marine Alex Dunbar, who is training a private army of German Shepherd attack dogs in San Luis, Colorado. In the woods of East Appalachia, Brenda McSwigan fears that a vicious mutating virus will lead to a pandemic that will overwhelm hospitals and leave the rest of the country in chaos. Another prepper, Grace McLeod, secures her 3,500 square-foot fortress before an economic collapse.

    I've believed the bird flu was a hype operation of the fake news as we know it today. Most everything they hype is. Dogs are man's best friend to be sure, and Christian prepping demands preparing for those in need while watching your back. 

  • AKKAR SHORT BARREL SHOTGUN (SBS) CHURCHI...
    by Conspiracy Cafe on July 12, 2017 at 1:35 PM
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    ATA ETRO & CY: TURKISH SHOTGUN SHOOTOUT

    Daniel Fritter November 26, 2015

    For those that care to recall, we lavished some pretty solid praise upon the ATA Venza, and even went so far as to call the unique and pretty sporting gun the single best Turkish scattergun we’d come across. So how do ATA’s more conventional offerings stack up? Well, to find out, we laid our hands on the gas-operated CY Super Magnum and Etro pump-action shotguns. While the Venza already impressed us with it’s performance-to-dollar ratio, could ATA continue that trend with these even-more-affordable guns?

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    In my opinion this is a great value shotgun for field or fowl. 


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